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Definition of "question-mark" []

  • The punctuation mark ?, used at the end of questions and in other contexts where doubt or ignorance is implied (noun)
  • This mark used for any other purpose, as to draw attention to a possible mistake, as in a chess commentary (noun)
  • An element of doubt or uncertainty (noun)
  • Attributive form of question mark (noun)

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Use "question-mark" in a sentence
  • ""Innit" fills the vacant role of a generic verbal question-mark inviting agreement."
  • "Ad buyers have said the fate of "Men" remains perhaps the biggest question-mark in CBS's lineup."
  • "Why do these "inquirers" even bother with the question-mark?"